Audio Bundle: Resilience: The New Science of Mastering Stress and Living Well + The Science of Happiness: An Introduction to Positive Psychology - 27 Lectures Total

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Audio Bundle: Resilience: The New Science of Mastering Stress and Living Well + The Science of Happiness: An Introduction to Positive Psychology - 27 Lectures Total

  • Binghamton University–SUNY
  • Amherst College
2 Course Bundle: 27 Lectures Including Electronic Study Guides

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This is a special discounted price for a bundle of two audio programs:

Resilience: The New Science of Mastering Stress and Living Well
Prof. Jennifer Wegmann, Ph.D.

The Science of Happiness: An Introduction to Positive Psychology
Catherine A. Sanderson, Ph.D.

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Topic Titles
Topic Titles
Resilience: The New Science of Mastering Stress and Living Well
  • What Is Stress?
  • How Stressed Are You, and What’s Stressing You?
  • The Role Personality Plays in Stress
  • Stress and Your Wellness
  • What Is Your Stress Mind Set?
  • Is There a Different Story About Stress?
  • Reappraising and Reframing Your Stressors
  • How to Cultivate and Tap into Resilience
  • Affirming Values and Setting Boundaries
  • Fight the Anger Urge and Practice Forgiveness
  • Be Grateful
  • Prioritize Self-Care
 
The Science of Happiness: An Introduction to Positive Psychology
  • Introduction to Positive Psychology
  • Who Is Happiest?: The Impact of Demographic Factors
  • Money Matters—But Less Than You Think
  • Who is Happy?: The Crucial Role of Personality
  • Managing Stress
  • The Value of Adversity
  • Love and Relationships
  • The Benefits of Giving
  • The Benefits of Religion and Spirituality
  • The Benefits of Nature
  • Technology and Happiness
  • Positive Psychology and Health
  • Positive Psychology and Work
  • Positive Psychology and School
  • Change Your Behavior
About Your Presenter

Catherine A. Sanderson is a leading expert on positive psychology. She is the Manwell Family Professor of Life Sciences (Psychology) at Amherst College, and her research examines how personality, persuasive messages, and social variables influence health-related behaviors, and the predictors of relationship satisfaction. She has won grant funding from the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health.

In 2012, Prof. Sanderson was named one of the country’s top 300 professors by the Princeton Review. She received a bachelor’s degree in psychology, with a specialization in Health and Development, from Stanford University, and received both her masters and doctoral degrees in psychology from Princeton University.

Prof. Sanderson speaks regularly for public and corporate audiences on topics such as the science of happiness, the power of emotional intelligence, the mind-body connection, and the psychology of good and evil. She is the author of the popular press book on parenting, Slow and Steady Parenting: Active Child-Raising for the Long Haul, From Birth to Age 3, as well as a handful of high school and college textbooks, including Sport Psychology (Oxford University Press, 201...

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Prof. Jennifer Wegmann is an expert on stress management and a faculty member in the Department of Health and Wellness Studies at Binghamton University. In 2012, the Princeton Review honored her as one of the Best 300 Professors in the United States.

During her two decades of teaching and research, Prof. Wegmann has helped numerous people effectively manage their stressors and harness their stress to lead healthier and more productive lives. She has lectured widely on stress and regularly consults with teachers and counselors to provide stress management resources to students. Her research has been accepted at the World Congress of International Public Health Conference and the American Public Health Association Conference.

Praise for Jennifer Wegmann

“Jen Wegmann is an inspirational and award winning professor—her caring and commitment is unparalleled. She takes a personal interest in each student achieving individualized wellness, and her strength is challenging people to view the potential benefits of stress through mindset change. She is masterful at linking stress mindset to many areas of wellness, and listening to her thought provoking reflections should be the first step in living well!”

Prof. Jennifer Wegmann is an expert on stress management and a faculty member in the Department of Health and Wellness Studies at Binghamton University. In 2012, the Princeton Review honored her as one of the Best 300 Professors in the United States.

During her two decades of teaching and research, Prof. Wegmann has helped numerous people effectively manage their stressors and harness their stress to lead healthier and more productive lives. She has lectured widely on stress and regularly consults with teachers and counselors to provide stress management resources to students. Her research has been accepted at the World Congress of International Public Health Conference and the American Public Health Association Conference.

Praise for Jennifer Wegmann

“Jen Wegmann is an inspirational and award winning professor—her caring and commitment is unparalleled. She takes a personal interest in each student achieving individualized wellness, and her strength is challenging people to view the potential benefits of stress through mindset change. She is masterful at linking stress mindset to many areas of wellness, and listening to her thought provoking reflections should be the first step in living well!”

– Shelley Dionne, Ph.D., Professor of Management, Binghamton University

“Jennifer Wegmann delivers some of the most inspired and engaging content on the science of stress mindset and wellness in the industry. Her work is truly motivating and it empowers people to take steps to create change in their lives.”

– Sarah G. Thompson, Lecturer of Health and Wellness Studies, Decker School of Nursing, Binghamton University

 

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